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Need Help with V3 Shell/Body Swap

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Help' started by MartyT, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. MartyT

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    I recently crashed my P2V+ V3, I cant find anything on how to remove the ciruit board. There are 2 screws under what appears to be the wifi modual. I can not figure out how the moduale is attached to the board.
    Any onbe out there have a clue?
     
  2. N017RW

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    Hello, there's a lot of good help to be found here.
    Sometimes a preexisting video can walk you right through it.

    Here's a video you might find helpful:


    I have never swapped a shell (or watched the video).
     
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    #3 msinger, Apr 29, 2015
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    I didn't think this one covered the WiFi and stuff found on a V+???
     
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    I havent looked at the second video yet buy the 1st one does show the wifi modual. fyi 2sided sticky tape holds it on.Thanks NO17RW
     
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    That helped alot! Thanks!
     
  7. bbfpv

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    Marty, please delete the thread you started on the P3 Help board since it's not a P3 related problem. THanks
     
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    No wonder it took him over 2 hours to disassemble and reassemble the bottom shell. All the lights are on but nobodies home. Just 4 screws holding the main board to the shell.
     
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    I said I never watched it... he-he.
     
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    He had the battery and all he had to do was look and see that there was one more screw to be removed from under the wifi unit. It took him at least 10 minutes to realize there was one under that module